Our Staff

 

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Jennifer Webster          Executive Director

Jennifer Webster grew up splitting time between family in southern New England and southern CA and finally settled in Greenfield, MA in 2006. She began her time with BBBSFC in 2012 as the NMH site-based program coordinator, and after 5 years with the agency she became the Executive Director in December 2017. Jennifer has a bachelor’s degree from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR and is a certified social worker. When not at work she can often be found outdoors with her two active boys or playing with her newly adopted 2-year-old Beagle. She has a special affinity for unique, handmade jewelry and funky, colorful socks.

 

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             Ericka Almeida                    Development Director

Ericka has been dedicated to development in Franklin County for the past 18 years. She’s been with BBBFC for the past 5 and firmly believes in the mission of the agency. Ericka has a bachelor’s degree from The University of Massachusetts in journalism and when not raising money, she can be found raising children in Turners Falls with her husband Mark and their large menagerie of pets.

 

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        Rebecca Hanna            Program Services Supervisor

Graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology, Becky has been working with youth and families in the community for the past 7 years. She is excited to join the BBBS team in Franklin County and support matches and case managers as Program Supervisor. Becky spends a lot of time being active outside. Running, biking and exploring are a few of the activities she enjoys. She loves to get out of her comfort zone and travel to new places. After wrapping up her day in the office, she heads home to her 3 personality filled cats and new little bunny rabbit.

 

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           Susannah Goodale              NMH Program Specialist

Susannah Goodale started working as a BBBSFC intern through the work study program at Greenfield Community College before graduating with an Associates in Social Sciences. She now runs Northfield Mount Hermon in Gill and the John Zon Community Center in Greenfield. When she’s not hanging out with the youth of Franklin County, Susannah spends her time curating lists of books and movies to read/watch and collecting little known facts on Wikipedia. She lives in Turners Falls with her sister and an elderly cat named Muhammad Ali.